Andrew Sudano
Andrew Sudano

Andrew’s Background

With a career spanning over a decade, Andrew has dedicated himself to the field of family law. His unwavering commitment to his clients and diverse family law expertise have made him a respected figure in the legal community.

Andrew obtained his LL.B. from the University of New Brunswick and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2012. He graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in English and History (high distinction).

Over the course of his career he has represented hundreds of clients in complex family law cases at the Ontario Court of Justice, Ontario Superior Court of Justice, and the Ontario Court of Appeal.

Trailblazing Moments

In 2017, Andrew played an instrumental role representing the child in a groundbreaking case, Coates v. Watson, that led to the amendment of section 31 of the Family Law Act, Ontario’s child support law. This precedent not only changed the law of child support in Ontario, but across the country. His tireless efforts over 6 years eventually led to this landmark ruling that has ensured a fair and just child support system for adult disabled children in Canada.

In 2020 Andrew, while acting as counsel, litigated the issue of s. 35 Aboriginal Rights in a family law case.

Andrew’s breakthrough work demonstrate his commitment to pushing the boundaries of the status quo to achieve the best results for his clients.

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Why Choose Andrew?

With years of experience under his belt, Andrew possesses an in-depth understanding of the complexities involved in family law cases. Andrew is not just a lawyer; he is your advocate. He goes above and beyond to fight for your rights and secure the best possible outcome for you and your family.

At Sudano Law, we understand that your family matters most. Andrew and his team will provide you with top-tier legal support and a guiding light to help you and your family move forward. When Andrew is not helping his clients, he volunteers with a number of organizations including the Ontario Bar Association, the University of Toronto Scarborough Alumni Association, Ontario’s Family Law Limited Scope Services Project and the First Generation Network.

Contact Andrew today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards resolving your family law case with confidence.


• Sandha v. Sandha, 2023 ONSC 4914

• Sandha v. Sandha, 2023 ONSC 4147

• Jennings v. Cormier, 2022 ONCJ 338

• Neshkiwe v. Hare, 2020 ONCJ 285

• Neshkiwe v. Hare, 2020 ONCJ 149

• Children’s Aid Society of Toronto, v. S.A.P., 2020 ONCA 208

• Z.A. v. A.A., 2019 ONSC 5061

• Ainslie v. O’Neill, 2018 ONCA 858

• Coates v. Watson, 2017 ONCJ 454

• Vivian v. Courtney, 2012 ONSC 6585